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for niners. >> there is no issue, it is clear, he is the man. smith had its time, gave his best shot, but can't hang. >> fans say he showed poised. >> he is having an amazing start, but his longevity shows. >> smith hasn't been forgotten. they say it is less about his performance and the concussion and more about their new quarterback rising. >> i want a quarterback who can hold to down for the san francisco 49ers. >> it is just a matter of who gives the team the best chance to win. >> i am big on the niners winning. >> he through for a touchdown and ran one in. in san francisco, cron four news. >> we will have more from the game later on. >>> low clouds and fogs, and this is as a live view from a the bay bridge. and quarter mile visibility. other areas like fairfield at a quarter mile and into san rosa so it is setting in and we will see it for most of the night. clouds in the morning but giving way to sunshine by mid-morning and mostly sunny for the rest of the day. for tuesday, it will be a transition day, fair to stormy weather. wednesday we have a rain storm coming in for the morning and
, column kaepernick started in place cap alex smith. and victory. phillipe djegal spoke with whether or not a quarterback controversy is brewing. >> will be the san francisco 49ers starting quarterback going forward? alex smith, colin kaepernick. >> right now, it looks like the irish sports but in san francisco have a clear favorite. >> kaepernick came through and got the job done. >> and he more or less outplayed. >> despite being up double digits fans were intense watching the end of the new orleans saints and 49ers king. with difficult defense, the 49ers pulled out a victory no. 8. >> you kind of look like alex smith. >> i know but there has to be more than ridiculously good looking like touchdowns. >> is there a controversy? when there is no controversy, kaepernick is the man. alex smith has had his time but he cannot hang. >> kaepernick was all smiles. and so were fans they say that kaepernick showed poise. >> alex had a difficult start kaepernick is having an amazing spostart but it is longevity. >> this year, alex smith has completed 7% of his passes with 13 touchdowns. 70% --
harbaugh decided to start collin kaepernick even though alex smith was declared ready to play. smith was activity, frustrate, and ready to play. kaepernick got the 49ers on the board first. alex can't be too thrilled. drew brings, carving up the niners early, finding gol son for the t.d. but he also threw it to the wrong team. brooks, the pick six, 50 yards on the return. look at him go. niners with the momentum, 14 apiece at the half. niners capitalize early in the second half, kaepernick to frank gore, first t.d. of the year, worth a little dance. next drive, brees to golson with the hit, winter has the ball. 42 yards the other way. 49ers, three touchdowns in a span of three minutes and come up with a huge road victory, 31-21. >> played well. and a tough environment, he acquitted himself very well. i thought he did a great job with managing the game, calling the game, and moving the team in and out of the huddle. >> mike: raiders and bengals. carson palmer returns to cincinnati, the first time since being traded. first half, all bengals, what a catch here. he had two td's on the da
the early lead. while he was doing the chest bump, a different reaction from alex smith. saints respond with a 10-play drive going 80 yards. brees to thomas. 49ers make a mistake in the 2nd quarter. going back for the punt. he will fumble it. and, they would recover the football. neworleans, now has it at the 11 yard line. then, two plays later. brees, back to pass, he makes him pay. for the 10 yard touchdown and the saints take the 14-7 lead. again, towel over his head after that. sanfrancisco driving late in the 2nd quarter. after a bad snap, he makes a bad throw. robinson, down with the interception. brees has a chance to put the saints up by 2 touchdowns. instead he gives it right back and then some. brooks come down with it. going all of the way to the house. that is a pick six. that was the play of the game. all of a sudden you have a tied game at halftime. and the 49ers coming out strong in the 3rd. now, finding it in the flat. dives in for the touchdown. sanfrancisco up 21-14. ran 19 times for 83 yards. drew brees, mistakes condition. going high here. off of his hands, into the
is going to start as quarterback. >> colin kaepernick got a win in new orleans after alex smith was cleared to play. smith was active and frustrated, but ready to play. kaepernick got on the board first. after a punt, drew brees will find his receiver for a touchdown. 267 yards and three td pennsylvania. under a minute to go. the pick, he goes 50 yards. first career touchdown adds to the momentum. 14 apiece at the half. kaepernick to frank gore his first td catch of the year. these through for 321 yards. brees to gol sow and dante wood ends up with the ball. first time since 1995 the team had two pick six, a huge road win, 31-21 the final. >> my teammates have always supported me. it's a huge reason i can go out and play as well as i have. they have always been behind me and keep working we're going to get a touchdown. >> colin played well. again it was a tough environment. >> i this thought he did a great job with managing the game, calling the game and moving the team in and out of the huddle. >> one thing i'll say about the raiders, they don't quit that is a credit to the dennis allen. r
is not on the calendar and rick smith would like to address you. >> and if there are any other members that would like to address us, if you do just line up. >> at the concerned concern about the elevated parks, while san francisco does not have a compared park there is transforming and programming successful public spaces such as the square and the gardens. as a resident i make use of those spaces for the cleanliness, and safety and a pleasant place to be and i can imagine this elevated park i would go there too, if there were the similar types of experience. i suggest looking at both for their geographic connection to the transbay as well as for their clean, safe and welcoming space, they provide us all. thank you. >> thank you, mr. smith. is there any other public comment? >> seeing none, public comment is now closed. we can move on to our consent calendar. >> we will move into your special calendar. item 7 is a presentation of the transportation bay by architects. >> and it has been some years since we brought the design to you. and now that the towers approvals are now in place i thought that it
that we cannot then thereafter solved. >> director apple smith, thank you for coming. i represent about 30 or 40 entertainment venues in san francisco, new york, and moscow is. i have a technical question about county transfers. -- and lost vegas. i have a technical question about county transfers. right now, there are very few buildings that you can lease in san francisco anymore. this town has gone nuts in the last five or six months. there are no liquor licenses to purchase. i have strong connections with the liquor licenses on line and some of these people. i am sorry that the top of the list. i have 48 license requests that i cannot fail. i have a two-star michelin restaurant that is moving from downtown out into the mission that the only thing i can do is throw a quick 41 on the place because we can -- because i cannot find a 47 or 848 to do it. i would like you -- or a 48 to do it. i would like to think about some injured county transfers. -- enter-county transfers. there are a lot of restaurants that have a million dollar construction costs and cannot find a license and are freakin
. >> thank you. >> oh, and we are members of the ggra as well. >> hello. my name is caribbean smith karen smith and i have been involved with this since the beginning before supervisor wiener got involved and he has done a great job. i have an email from boma, if i could read it for you. he wanted me to emphasize the unfairness of allowing one type of small business to use public property to compete for business against other small businesses many of whom have been pillars of the community for years. the intent of the original legislation was to bring wholesome and diverse food opportunities to underserved parts of the san francisco. did wasn't meant to harm existing establishments, but that is what is happening in the financial district aye 50' radius or 1/6th of an average city block is not enough of a buffer to protect our existing small restaurants, cafe and delis and shops. it doesn't matter if it's 60'. 300' to 50' and now they are trying to revise the ordinance from a 300-food radius to a property line of 50-feet. if you had a brick-and-mortar restaurant and you wanted to expand i
service and sacrifice for his nation and people. indeed that of his colleagues, glen dougherty, sean smith, tyrone woods. i know you all join me in honoring and appreciating their service and devotion as well. chris and i worked together for a time almost a dozen years ago. he was even then fully committed to his work. an authority already in the middle east. a fine student of arabic. much more. he gave me careful and cogent advice and council as we wrestled together with the many growing problems that even back then were en endemic to the country's work. i learned about benghazi, as the critical changes in libya began to unfold. his leadership there at a time of great importance and danger was a tribute to his courage and bravery. his skill and dedication as a diplomat. to his commitment to a new and better libya. benghazi in a real sense, as you have heard today, became his city. as it is with a deep sense of fate that in benghazi he and his colleagues gave that last full measure for his country and his many friends in the city where he died, continuing to defend and prosper their hopes
will not say when he has replaced alex smith. he has another win over new orleans yesterday. he threw for 231 yards scored a rushing touchdown and threw a touchdown pass. they shackled drew brees five times and returned two interceptions for touchdowns. now the raiders lost their 4th straight game 34-10 and the game included a 4th quarter with a defensive tackle. he hit the quarterback after the whistle blew, all three players were ejected. >>> the team opener will go on sale and they will host the seattle mariners. you can start buying tickets to that game or over the phone and the rest of the tickets will go on sale in january. i saw them go to the playoffs for the first time in six years. and some prices are going up this holiday season and how much will it cost you in that classic christmas style. >>> controversial documents that played a role in the macy's thanksgiving day parade. . >> welcome back to the khou channel 11 ktvu morning news. confetti is a traditional part of the parade but a college student attended the parade with some friends and noticed some of the confetti contained co
it will be kaepernick or smith who is still suffering lingering symptoms from a concussion despite pressure from the fans and media harbaugh has made it clear he is not going to sweep smith aside. >>> apple goes after samsung, again. >>> major step toward happening in new york following superstorm sandy. >> trading underway on wall street. dow off about 73 points. we go to jane king at the new york stock exchange in , dont miss a note, next here on "good morning america." >> she is just as beautiful in person as she is on tv, oh my gosh. thank you so much. >> she is the best, the best. >> see you later. the morning commute just got easier for people in new york and new jersey. starting today some train services that were hit hard by sandy back up and running, happy news for a lot of commuters who rely on the port authority's path service to get to and from new york city. >>> apple has asked a federal court to add six more products to its suit against samsung, the case is one of two lawsuits by apple against samsung. apple claims tablets and smartphones infringed on eight of its patents. apple wo
interceptions to the house. alex smith seemed ready and willing and able to play. and kapernick wasn't quite as dynamic but that touchdown run was impressive. when kaps puts the first points on the board, he lets alex he will not need that helmet and quiets the dome. the reliability gess just lets his eyes wander and he must have punt deep inside the saints territory. that's a 10-yard touchdown. 14-7 lead. gess is in the dog house. the niners defense picks up. look at double nickel go. this 50-yard return is the first for brooks it's tied at the half. then in the first possession, kapernick drives them on a nice drive. he finds gore. scores first td catch of the season. 21-14 niners. >> drew breas, throwing high to colston, goldson the receiver, a 42-yard touchdown for whitner it's the first time since 1989 that san francisco scored two touchdowns off interceptions in a single game. kapernick was not sacked but drew breas went down five sometimes. there's brooks, brooks get credits for 1-1/2 sack, so did smith and so did alton smith. >>> the defense was the real star today but most of the po
by a homeowner. the shooter, byron smith, is likely to be charged with second degree murder today. he claims that they broke into his house and he fired in self-defense. but he did not report it to police. the bodies were later found in his basement. the neighbors say smith is a decent guy who may have just snapped. >>> and now to an impromptu emergency mission. a dramatic deep sea rescue 250 miles off the coast of mexico. scuba divers in the pacific ocean stumbled on this giant whale shark entangled into thick rope it was wrapped so tightly it was cutting into its flesh. one diver came to the rescue with his pocket knife slicing away at the rope which had been there so long it was covered in barnicals. the 30-foot shark was finally able to swim away. and cheers for that diver. >>> beware the bounce house. a new nationwide study out today warns inflatable bounce houses are actually dangerous for kids. researchers say 30 kids a day are treated for various injuries, including broken bones, sprains even confusions. besides colliding with other children, accidents occur when bounce houses collap
. >>> and there is a question of who will be the quarterback when he was asked who replaced all level smith -- alex smith as the starter and harbaugh said we would address it at a later date. a 31-21 win over new orleans yesterday, threw 321 yards, scored a rushing touchdown and pass. they sacked drew brees 5 times and ran back two interceptions for touchdowns. >>> coming up, one word describes traffic this morning, fog. >> there is a right, especially if you are in the north bay, south bay they are not having any problems but luckily there are no serious accidents and let's look at 101 and san jose, no fog to report and traffic on the right-hand side is there as you make your way to the airport. at the sunole grade in fremont, traffic is still moving so that is good. 5:57 let's head back to the desk. >>> los angeles dodgers face another claim in the bryan stow beating case, how much do they want? >>> and fog is blanketing the bay area, take a look at this, we will have a report on the dangerous conditions on this back to workday at the toll plaza. [ female announcer ] what would you call an ordinary bre
. the difficult reduced by cero smith -- will the prime minister help these victims by publishing the police files and a short police investigation takes place in to all the allegations into any cover-up. >> a serious issue being examined. extremely disturbing findings. we need to give every encouragement to the children and commissioner to make sure the final version of the report, on the specific issue he raises which is a serious allegation about a former member of the house, today confirm they will investigate any allegations of sexual abuse that happened from 1974. i would say to all members of the house particularly what happened over the last few weeks, if anyone has formation, take them to the police. >> mr. speaker, businesses are helping cut the boring deficit by paying tax on their prots but some multinationals appeared to be paying very low amounts, like starbucks and anderson. i wonder if the prime minister could tell the house whether he thinks the tax code needs investigating. >> it does need investigating. they're looking as hard as they can at what can be done. there are some thin
. i think jim was protecting alex. smith was acted, frustrated, but ready to play. kaepernick got the niners on the board first. his legs part of what makes him so dangerous, and alex knows that. drew brees, finding koleson for the score. 14-7 saints. but brews also threw it to the wrong team. the pick six, 50 yards on the return. niners with the momentum. 14 apiece at the half. niners on a roll early second half. kaepernick to gore, first t.d. catch of the year, that's worth a little dance. the niners go up seven. next drive, brees to colson. look at this hit. 49ers, three touchdown in a span of three minutes. they come up with a huge road win,:lynn kaepernick's first. 31-21 your final. >> my teammates have always supported me. they've great. they're a huge reason i have been able too play as well as i have. they've always been behind me, keep working, we'll gate touchdown. >> collin played well, and a tough environment, acquitted himself very well. did a great job with imagining the -- managing the game, calling the game, moving the team in and out of the huddle. >> carson palme
will remember most. [applause] >> now, we get to meet novela smith, milton's former campaign manager and friend. >> i would like to thank abbey for asking me to speak today. i'm humbled abbey. thank you very much. most of you don't know me, so i'm going to keep this pretty brief. for those that don't know i was his campaign manager in 2004. he wanted to be board president -- excuse me, that was beautiful because he wanted to refocus the college board. i was really surprised when milton asked me to run his campaign. i didn't know him very well. since i only ran campaigns for people i knew, and for people who are interested in education and children, i was sort of surprised to find him on my door step. excuse me. so i didn't know enough about him to really say "yes" so i decided to ask around about him. l you can imagine the surprise i heard from people. they loved him. he was beloved by everyone that i respected in education and politics, so i decided to call him and meet with him, and on our first meeting we had so much fun that i decided -- who cares? at least i will have fun with
the early lead. while he was doing the chest bump, a completely different reaction from alex smith. the saints respond with a 10- play drive that win 80 yards, brees to thomas. now, the 49ers make a mistake in the 2nd quarter. now, back for the punt. he fumbles it and the saints, reggie bush, remember him? recovers it. two plays later. drew brees makes the 49erss pay. they take the he'd and then, now -- the lead and then he puts a towel over his head. now, very late. a bad snap, making a bad though. coming down with the interception. so, instead drew brees gives it back and then some. brooks comes down with it and all of the way house for the pick sáeubs. that that was that not the may of the gape. tied it. collin finds him. in for the touchdown. 49ers take a 21-the lead. then, brees makes another mistake. a little too high here. into the arms of the other team. goes back 40 yards for the score. 49ers defense shut brees down. the sack, san francisco sacked him five times. neworleans goes down to the 49ers 31-21 is the final. now, stay in the west here, things are getting wet from
, we had a presentation by mala lou smith the director of ex-cell after school programs and we learned about the funding source and why some of the funding no longer exists. we also gave her recommendations for programs and how youth can be engaged in this election of activities and effective credit recovery options. >> thank you, very much. >> okay. let's move on to the next item which is item e, parent advisory council, pac report. representative? and it is ruth, again. >> we are going to milk this last week. >> this is my last report to the board as the parent of the advisory council. kind of really flowing from what the student advisory council was just talking about, one of the pac's priorities is addressing the issue of high school graduation requirements and especially just looking at where the students who are in 11th grade right now who are the first students to have to meet the athrough g requirements where they are at. first of all the pac is very concerned about the number of students who are not on track to graduate right now. and really especially about the disproportiona
. this is representative lamar smith wiping out diversity visas and replacing them with visas for foreign students who come to the u.s. and have degrees in math, science, and the argument that we're having, the conversation that we need to have is about the 11 million immigrants who live in the shadows. most of them are low-skilled workers. what we see are representatives like representative smith, robbing peter to pay paul. we can increase access for those high-skilled access at the same time that we increase access for low-skilled immigrants. that's the conversation that we need to of. the fact that they hide under the guys of increasing family unity is disgusting in my mind. >> alicia men dendez, thank you very much. >>> coming up, they just can't get enough of it. but today the truth came out and tomorrow, ambassador susan rice will meet with her harshest critic, john mccain. will we see an apology from the senator? >>> plus, donald trump is under fire with ugly attacks against the president from his own family. you're watching "politicsnation" on msnbc. ♪ questions? anyone have occasional constipati
are going to prepare for smith? >> the players knew. they knew after the first game. it is probably going to be taken injury to get some of back and there. cabernet is better than alex smith. >> let's say smith is standing on the sidelines and about his future. he is not going to want to be on the bench next year. does he go to the raiders? >> that is one of those deals, less is a cap and a guitar and i can tell and smith gets back in their. i agree with you on harbaugh. when you when no one cares about anything else. that is you and me talking but as far as the fans this and that if you lose ben jim harbaugh, what the hell is he doing. if he wins then he is a mad genius. >> let's shift over to college. stamford one and now they play again with a rematch with at ucla. >> that is a darn good team. i watched david shot and he is going to get some pro if not offers the very least they will start sending around saying with this guy be interested in coaching of the next level? they're really good at stanford. >> 25 and is in more than 20 years. >> the coach down there mcintyre i think he is go
of treatment available. the gene was passed along through abigail's family, she was born abigail smith and her brother died of alcoholism. >> he mentioned one line of. do we know much about him? >> he abandoned his family, right? he disappeared? >> he died of alcoholism. you died very early but of some accident because you were out of control or of sclerosis of the liver or brain damage or alcoholism. john quincy adams two brothers died of a alcoholism and two of john quincy adams three sons died of dhaka was some from his firstborn george washington adams died in his late 20s and as a young boy charles also died of it and one of the three songs survived as did several of the grandson's but this was a genetic trait in the smith family. just as in the quincy family, the genius which went back to 1066 and the crossing of the battle of hastings by all will dillinger town in normandy that still looks this and the english obviously corrected -- corrupted he was a baron running mate in 2015 that forced king john to sign the magna tara so this ran through the currency as well as alcoholism and for th
in london. and liz macdonald and sandra smith remember the stones in their teenage years, in just a second. >> i think there's something not quite right about this. the rolling stones kicked off the 50th anniversary tour, and mick jagger and comrades made it through a 20 song set. could they be trying to appeal to a younger generation? i feel there's something wrong guys almost 70, charlie watts is over 70, prancing around on a stage with high sexuality songs and they're nearly 70 years old. >> so what? >> yeah, so what? >> why does it bother you. >> juxtaposition like paris hilton selling handbags in mecca. >> i don't mind that either. >> a rough crowd because we both disagree with you. they're playing familiar songs even people i would know from the rolling sounds and sound great and energy level was high and attracted a strong crowd and, hey. stuart: name two rolling sonton songs. >> honky tonk woman. >> and sympathy with the devil and get off my cloud, are they good in concert or are the studio albums better than the rolling stones in concert. stuart: they're not good in concert so i'
that collins hasn't done until he was 2 years old, take two interceptions to the house. alex smith seemed ready and
quarterback when he was asked to replace alex smith and harbaugh said we will address it at a later date. he passed with 231 yards scored a rushing touchdown and threw that touchdown pass to frank gore. the 9ers defense was incredible. the saints quarterback was sacked 3 times and returned two upper exceptions for touchdowns. -- interceptions for touchdowns. >>> big story this morning in traffic, tara? >>> that's right, if you live in the peninsular or marin and sonoma counties you are looking at patchy fog all of the area bridges are under a fog advisory, highway 37 westbound slow going as well as at the petaluma area. let's go to steve. >> after the fog we will have more on mornings on 2. >>> we will tell you how dangerous it is, stay tuned for the latest on driving conditions. >>> and in san francisco, carbon-monoxide poisoning more than a dozen people were sent to the hospital. stay with us, we will be right back.
have victor par and oscar lab tory and sean smith and adriane simy and carl with the local carpenters 22, danny campbell with the sheet metal workers and the operating engineers -- who am i missing? ramone hernandez right behind me. i should have looked back. [applause] and additionally mike mc kenny with electricians and tim paulson with the labor council and mike casey president in the back of the room over there. this is a project of the kind that makes building trades workers salivate. it is a startingly beautiful design from what we have seen so far. i am going to embarrass myself and speak in norwegian and it's the kind of project where we can look forward to bringing our skills to work on a project that will fully demand those skills, so that is quite apart from the hours it will bring to us, it quite a part from the food we will put on the table and the house payments and so on. that's one of the reasons this project really excites us and it's a dramatic project. however, we are happy to try to minimize the drama of actually building the project and this is what this parti
, flacco throws one up for torrey smith who makes a beautiful adjustment and comes down with the catch for a 31-yard gain. justin tuck hits the game-winning field goal from 38 yards out. ravens escape with a 16-13 win. steelers lost to the browns yesterday, so the ravens now have a three-game lead over the steelers and bengals in the afc north. >>> the surprising colts are looking for a win over the bills to stay in the playoff hunt. scoreless in the first quarter. >> t.i. hilton. >> fields a punt at the 25 yard line. weaves past a couple defenders and sprints 75 yards untouched to the end zone. the colts win, 20-13, and they improve their record to 7-4. currently the number five seed team in the afc playoff picture is shocking the football world. >>> 49ers on the road facing the saints who have won their last five games. pick it up, 31 seconds before the half. drew brees throws into traffic and ahmad brooks steps in front of it for the interception. he returns it 55 yards for the score. one of the -- one of two pick sixes for the niners' defense. 49ers go on to win, 31-21, and move to
alicia keys. first to "dancing with the stars." we have an all female final. rachel smith went behind the scenes for a last-minute look at who could go all the way. >> reporter: "dancing with the stars" makes history tonight. >> girl power. >> the final three, it's all women. the three girls who are really intense, really competitive. >> reporter: shawn johnson will quick step. kelly monaco will dance the paso doble. and melissa rycroft will samba. he's never won a trophied and wondered. >> because they are coming in, they may feel the pressure to defend themselves more. >> reporter: the other freestyle dances are top secret until tonight. although "good morning america" saw them eyeing their competition during rehearsal. you actually said that shawn is the one to beat. >> shawn's tough. she goes in and she nails it. >> reporter: the retired olympic gymnast will be cheered by this year's gold medalists. >> my five teammates actually arrived last night. >> they're going to be in the audience and watching and supporting this girl. ♪ >> people have been clearly speculating about you. a
a year ago. connell: with that, we have sandra smith with the trade. sandra: take a look at aeropostale. down 7% today. downgrading the stock following the weekend. stiff competition from some of its main competitors like abercrombie. there were lines around the block. up about 1%. foot traffic was really lagging is where some of the stores really hyping the promotions the most. ann taylor stores really a disappointment today. reporting or foot traffic at limited brands, american eagle outfitters. the gap that the big turnaround. the stock doubling in 2012. more foot traffic in coldwater creek and she goes. some of those stores are far more mature women. they shop later on. dagen: more mature women. thank you, sandra. connell: i am just getting. i will totally leave that one alone. we are talking small business next. cheryl casone and dennis kneale will ask him or tell the president. dagen: a fiscal cliff survival kit. what you need to know. straightahead. ♪ i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time r christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift?
on the board to earn a supervictory in the super bomb. alex smith was ready, willing and able to play, but colin was told last night he would make his second start of his career. 7-7 in the 2nd quarter and saints punted ted ginn, jr. and the usual reliable gin missed the punt inside the red-zone. two plays later it's drew brees to marcus colston, that is a 10- yard touchdown. ust before halftime the 49ers defense stepped up. look at double nickel go. a 50 yard return for brooks. foreman comes out in the 3rd quarter and kaepernick leads them on the drive. they take the lead for good. very next saint's possession, dashon goldson flips it and here we go. a 42-yard touchdown for whitner and the defense rests. san francisco wins, miami wins 24-21. footballs got tested by tampa bay in florida today, but atlanta with a big play from the dynamic dueoy of matt ryan to julio jones going 80 yards for the touchdown. falcons pull off the win and atlanta 10-1 and bucks see their 4-game losing streak snap. >>> today indianapolis against the visiting beautiful bulls, rookie kilton became the first pl
where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason i was able to go out and play as well as i have. they have always been behind me and telling me to key working. we will get touchdowns. >> colin played well. again in a toughen environment he did a great job with m
advantage before december 31st. >> everybody needed to hang on to every penny. sandra smith from the fox business network good advice. >> 26 minutes after the hour. coming up one company is firing workers not because they did a bad job. because they didn't get their flu shot. we will tell you about this. and this man got teachers to the head of the class but they weren't qualified to be there. how he helped them cheat their way into their jobs. tarts with adding a friend... ♪ ...could end with adding a close friend. the lexus december to remember sales event is on. this is the pursuit of perfection. till you finish your vegetables. [ clock ticking ] [ male announcer ] there's a better way... v8 v-fusion. vegetable nutrition they need, fruit taste they love. could've had a v8. or...try kids boxes! >> welcome back to fox and friends first i am heather nauert. >> i am ainsley earhardt. it is 5:30 on the dot here on the east coast. time for the top 5@5:30. there's a new plan being formed right now to keep american troops in afghanistan after the handover to afghan security in 2014679 final
, to the nfl where 49er quarterback kaepernick got a start against the saints even though smith was okayed to play. alex cannot be happy about this, but he is being a good soldier. 9ers on the board first. a little option and 7-yard td run. and then drew brees says i've got game too. club record 56 touchdown catch. 14-7 saints. breeze three td passes. then the defense came alive. under a minute to go and brooks pick six and 50 yards and his first career touchdown and tied at 14 at the half. let's go to the third quarter. finds frank gore and his first td catch of the year. you know that is worth a little dance. niners are up by seven. he lays him out. he goes 42 yards. three touchdowns and in a span of three minutes and 52 seconds and first time they had two pick six's. that's a huge road win 31-21 your final. >> my teammates always supported me. they were great. they were a huge reason i was able to go out and play as well as i have. they have always been behind me and telling me to key working. we will get touchdowns. >> colin played well. again in a toughen environment he did a great jo
smith springs to mind. but not many. and none in the cabinet. and very few heads of state anywhere on earth were women. so it was just a different era. >> when you were asked to do this book, were you asked by the foundation or by the government-run library? >> the foundation. they work together closely often and both are involved -- and both were very involved in the book. it's the library that owns the tapes, and i worked with the archivists and the library. they were a joy to work with. the director of the like bare, tom putnam, was always very helpful. but it was the foundation and its director, tom mcnaught and the president of the foundation, caroline kennedy, who worked with me on the foundation side. it was their desire that a new book be issued, but once they had decided to create the book they gave me full freedom as a historian to choose the excerpts i did and to say whatever i wanted to. >> so you didn't have any restrictions. >> nope. >> and why did hiperian, a disney corporation, agree to publish the book? >> that i can't answer. books by president kennedy still sell
the team until49ers at saints colin kaepernick takes the alex smith helmet on - kaepernick - short pass to mario manningham who races down the sidelines for a 40 yard gain >> it is clear, that he is the man, it is a classic case. >> kaepernick as having a it amazing start but it is longevity the release shows. >> i'm not big on controversies. >> august want a quarterback and that can hold it down before the san francisco 49ers carefulkaepernick: 16/25, 231a few plays laterkaepernick hunter - keeps it and scores his 4th rushing touchdown of quarterback in 9 years 7-2nd quarter, tied 7-7 punt and the saints recoverdrew brees and the saints defense to marques colston in the back of the end zone 14-7 no about :40 seconds before thekaepernick - picked off by like the saints might go up of the game 2 plays later the niners get intercepts brees and takes 14-14 touchdown as niners take lead for good 21-14 sf gore does a little dance 83 yards rushing, 18 more dashon goldson - up-ends marques colston who lands on his head but would be ok - kaepernick is fired upsure for her there raiders los
it was possible. ultimately absurd. >> reporter: kyle smith is the men's basketball coach at columbia university. >> it's part of like competing to win in a tight game need 138 to win, it's fine. but if it's -- a rout doing it for attention-seeking purposes i don't see the benefit in the that for anyone. >> reporter: many say that having one player dominate the game sends the wrong message. >> now you start to think, well more kids try to focus on simply scoring the ball or in this case making outside shoutsts because of what happened in this case? >> reporter: after the game taylor is happy that life in basketball returns to are noal. >> to play a team like that sobering, brings you back down to earth. i've got to keep improving my game. >> reporter: but the celebration over taylor's record-breaking performance continue in grinnell. yesterday the pizza hut there sold pies from 1:48 to fow4:00 p.m. at the price of $1.38. see what i'm getting at here? the restaurant usually >>> and the visibility in the bay area is very low, as where he look toward the disappearing co
watchers of politics about senate filibusters and why can't it all be mr. smith? you have to stay there and argue on the floor until somebody says no. harry reid has been reluctant to change the rules and apparently this time he has to change the rules. explain what you believe he is going to do and how the rules will change and how they won't change. >> i think there are two things. there is the filibusters of the large pieces of legislation. that will remain. it should. then i think there is the wasting time that happens in the united states senate. filibusters just to get on a bill. you filibuster to even decide whether or not you you want to debate a bill. >> that he will try to pass ledge la i guess that gets rid of that something and that will allow, it is really about allowing the senate to work and actually taking stuff up and actually debating what you say. if you're filibustering, you're filibustering the bill itself and it used to be the radio you will that brought the bill to the floor. >> it is about wasting time. are you talking about you have to file this motion and
% of last year but major retail stocks are falling today. sandra smith has the latest. >> what the nasdaq turning positive. the leaders include retailers e-bay is up 5% also urban outfitters. some are helping to boost the nasdaq into positive territory. even with the better than expected numbers it is slower growth from a year before. some of the most successful retailers combine the on-line experience macy's is applauded and target and sears. analysts cheer their willingness to open on thanksgiving. cesar's stocks performing on of broader market for amazon.com the clear winner over $1 billion of online sales of black friday. the most visited retail site we will see with cyber monday and j.c. penney panned again for not opening their doors on thanksgiving. reaching the lowest level of the year abercrombie and fitch one of the winners. melissa: a great segue. of his time to make money with charles payne. he has some fashion picks. >> start with abercrombie. this obviously has been a huge winner. the chase the stock? why was up? earlier u.s. sales were down but international sales jumped 37
, when i pump gasoline in ray smith's sinclair station on hinkley street in holdenville, oklahoma, 11¢ a gallon, that's gone. >> $1.50 a gallon? >> we won't ever see $1.50 a gallon. no, that's--that's gone. >> right around the corner from fort mcmurray, you can still see oil being produced the traditional way. it's picturesque now. the wells are still pumping, but they belong to the past, like the iron horse that once rode across these prairies. the future? up here in alberta, they're convinced it's in the dirt. [horn honks] >> since we first aired that story, the demand for oil extracted from canadian oil sands has only grown in the u.s., and it's now the single largest source of imported oil, far more than from any opec country. to meet that demand, a new pipeline has been proposed to bring the oil directly from canada to refineries in texas. but there is growing concern about the environmental impact of that pipeline and of the oil sands in general. [ticking] our next story takes us to the continent of antarctica. scott pelley uncovers startling physical evidence of how global war
a child every 45 minutes. >> that's dr. gary smith, just out with this landmark study in the journal of pediatrics, for the first time looking at bounce house injuries nationwide over the last two decades. >> between 2008 and 2010, there was a doubling of injuries. the curve looks like this. >> it happened to little cassie stapleton. did you think your daughter could be hurt in a bouncy house? >> never, never. >> she was coming down the slide, when she fell, breaking her arm in two places. we're all guilty of it, you turn your back, think the kids are safe. >> absolutely. even the floor is soft. you think nothing can happen to them, but that's not the case. >> reporter: according to the study, sprains and fractures, some to the head and neck. 43% caused by falls, most inside the bounce house, with some kids bouncing out of it. 16% of injuries caused by other kids, collisions and rough-housing. what should parents do? >> consider limiting the use of kids 6 years and older. >> make sure the kids playing inside are all around the same age. a 7 1/2 year old shouldn't be in there with 3 1
. >> this is far field. >> maybe they'll take smith over there. >> i want to point out the bond insurer. not that large of market cap. it should be up. important development today. bank of america you may recall this is very complex i know. they were trying to basically buy up a lot of bonds if you recall. it's failed. and so it's successful in -- they haven't been able to change dentures. remove responsibility there would be a default event on a lot of the things they were insuring. it would lead to a default of the holding company and now you see why that stock is up. a big win for mbia in that war with bank of america. more on that later. >> let's go over stocks in the dow in the last couple years that have done poorly. alcoa. hewlett packard. bank of america. it's done nothing. it's done absolutely nothing. even when all of the banks had a resurgence, they gave that up and a lot is endless lawsuits that they tell you they have it together. a tremendous number of lawsuits involved in the banking business. these bills are actually adding up. it's actually hitting the bottom line. >> i
, what about that jimmy stewart movie? "mr. smith goes to washington" i saw that movie. didn't that poor man have to stand at his desk and hold the senate floor until he crumbled in exhaustion? why don't we see that anymore? the honest answer is there was some artistic license in that movie and the more honest answer is we have reached the point now with the filibuster where one senator can stand up and object to what is about to occur in the senate, stop the senate from what they're doing for at least 30 hours until there's a vote to resume business. let me give you two examples of how this played out in my recent memory. it was only a couple years ago when we were closing a weekly session and a last-minute request was made to extend unemployment benefits to millions of americans. we thought we had an agreement. democrats and republicans, we were ready to leave town. the junior senator from kentucky, not the pleernd, senator bunning stood up and said i object. by saying i object, he stopped the payment of unemployment benefits to millions of americans. and at that point i came to the fl
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